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The mocked up picture that a Lothian bus driver posted on a closed  Facebook page.''It was reported to Lothian management - and the driver has subsequently been sacked

Letters: Lothian Buses humour bypass over sacking

While I am very rarely in favour of strike action, the farcical overreaction regarding the Richard Hall affair, brings Lothian Buses and not the perpetrator into disrepute (‘Sharing jester image led to sack’, News, February 22).

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The security Section of Edinburgh Airport. Pic: Toby Williams

Letters: Scotland may have its own TV channel but Edinburgh Airport still flying very low

On the day Scotland proudly initiated its own dedicated TV channel, it also once again demonstrated that the airport serving its capital city lamentably underperforms. After landing on Sunday on an easyJet flight from Basle at 4.15pm, my fellow passengers and I did not access the passport control hall till 4.55pm, 40 minutes later. First we had to endure an uncomfortable unnecessarily prolonged wait for buses to arrive, none having been “ordered”, according to the captain. How could that arise? Did our arrival come as a surprise?

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Letters: Thanks to theatre boss Duncan for a great job

I write regarding the retirement of the chief executive of Capital Theatres, Duncan Hendry (News, December 5). First, I should point out that Mr ­Hendry is retiring and will be working his six months’ notice. His retirement is entirely his own decision and he made me aware of his intention some time ago.

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Retiring chief executive Duncan Hendry. Pic: Greg Macvean

Letters: Thanks to theatre boss Duncan for a great job

I write regarding the retirement of the chief executive of Capital Theatres, Duncan Hendry (News, December 5). First, I should point out that Mr ­Hendry is retiring and will be working his six months’ notice. His retirement is entirely his own decision and he made me aware of his intention some time ago.

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The McCrae's Battalion football team pictured in 1915.

Letters: Don’t sully the memory of McCrae’s Battalion

I am deeply disappointed to learn that the 16th (Service) Battalion of the Royal Scots has been ­associated in social media and the press with the pseudonymous Mr Tommy Robinson and his credulous followers. A photograph has appeared online and in print which sullies the reputation of what was ­arguably the finest infantry unit in all of Lord Kitchener’s New Armies.

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